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August 22, 1980 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-08-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

22 Friday, August 72, 1980

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WB Leaders ' Deportation Stands, Israel Court Decides

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Israel Supreme Court
Tuesday rejected the appeal
by the families of the three
West Bank leaders expelled
last May that their deporta-
tion be rescinded.
However, the court
recommended that two of
the three, Mayor Fahed
Kawasme of Hebron and
Mayor Mohammed Milhim
of Halhoul, could appeal to
the West Bank military
government's advisory
board.
The court said the two
mayors would first have to
present affidavits to an Is-
raeli Consulate abroad or a
representative of the Inter-
national Red Cross declar-
ing they intend to obey Is-
raeli law if they return and
clarifying their view on
statements of incitement
against Israel which were
published in their names.
The court said the third
deportee, Sheikh Rajab
Tamimi, head of the Mos-
lem religious court in
Hebron, should not have
the right to appeal to the

NEW YORK — The
writers of the Camp David
Accords, agreed to by
President Jimmy Carter,
President Anwar Sadat and
Prime Minister Menahem
Begin, were honored Tues-
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However, Chief Justice
Moshe Landau said the de-
portation was still valid
since the three had not
applied to the advisory
board until now. At the
same time, Landau ques-
tioned the evidence that the
two mayors had indeed
called for the liquidation of
the state of Israel, "even
though they have not re-
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advisory board because
he had called for Israel's
destruction at a demon-
stration in Hebron last
March at which the two
mayors were present.
The three were expelled
shortly after Palestinian
terrorists killed six
yeshiva students in Heb-
ron.
The court sharply
criticized the method by
which the three were expel-
led. Contrary to law, they
received no advance notice
and were not permitted to
appeal to the advisory board
before their deportation.

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ceremonies in London,
England.
Honored were Herbert
Hansell, former legal ad-
viser to the U.S. State De-
partment; Osami El-Baz,
undersecretary of the Egyp-
tian Ministry of Foreign Af-
fairs; and Meir Rosenne,
, ambassador to France and
former adviser to the Israel
Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The three received the
first Harold Weill Medal,
presented to one or more
members of the legal com-
munity for an outstanding
contribution to interna-
tional law or the advance-
ment of international dip-
lomacy through the skilled
practice of their profession."

'Bubkis': Empty
Book Offers
Readers 'Nothing'

Taking a page (and a
blank one, at that) from the
"Nothing Book" published
several years back, St. Mar-
tin's Press will release
"Bubkis" this fall.
The book, which offers
160 empty pages, does abso-
lute justice to its title, a
Yiddish word meaning
"nothing posing as some-
thing."
"Bubkis" even offers its
own disclaimer on the in-
side flap: "There are always
skeptics out there, people
who will look at this book
carefully and say 'Oy! Did
you really think you could
fool an old yenta like me?
. . . You don't have to be a
Bar Mitzva boy to know that
there isn't a damn thing in
this whole book.'
"Well for those people
we have an answer ...
The book is absolutely
full of Bubkis.' "
In lieu of an author (Who
would take credit for writ-
ing 160 blank pages?) the
book has a jacket designed
by Mike Stromberg.

ernment does not have
the right to expel people
without first giving them
the right to appeal.
He said the government
had acted illegally and this
would be true even if the
men involved had incited
West Bank Arabs to revolt
against Israel. He added
that he was not sure there
was such danger.

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Landau's view was
supported in the three-
member court by Justice
Yitzhak Kahan who said
that some legal proce-
dures could be sus-
pended in a time of
danger to the security of
the state, but in a minor-
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